Residents of the Canyon Isles community near Boynton Beach are being temporarily relocated as developer G.L. Homes assesses the impact of tainted Chinese drywall. G.L. Homes Division President Marcie DePlaza issued a statement saying the company did an investigation and discovered that independent contractors installed tainted Chinese drywall in a limited number of homes built between April and November of 2006.
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